Patients watchdog Healthwatch Norfolk is visiting West Norfolk to find out what residents think about health and social care.
They regularly visit places like GP surgeries and hospitals, but also want to go to other places too to get a wide spread of feedback which is passed on to NHS and heath bosses.
The Healthwatch team are visiting King’s Lynn Library on Thursday February 10 from 10am-1pm and then going on to Dersingham Library in the afternoon.
Caroline Williams, head of engagement for Healthwatch Norfolk, said: “It is important to us that we get information and real-life experiences from as many people as possible in many different locations. This will help us understand where there are issues of concern, identify areas for health and social care bosses to act on, and highlight success stories and good practice.
“You do not have to tell us who you are so there is no risk to the care being given to you or your loved one, and we do feed back all the information and experiences we receive.
“We would also like to say a big thank you to the King’s Lynn Library for letting us meet people calling in there and get information about their experiences.”
Alex Stewart, chief executive of Healthwatch Norfolk, added:
“We are forging a number of new partnerships this year to ensure we are getting an even broader range of feedback opportunities. The team are working with Norfolk Library Service and both the cultural and retail sector to set up more engagement opportunities.
“This will be in addition to our vitally important work in both the health and social care sector itself, which is also set to increase, with new projects planned for 2022 as well as our ongoing evidence gathering.
“Our priority is to gather as much information as we can, and we are happy to hear from anyone who is keen to help us with that.”